EUROFIDAI Financial Data for Academic Research: NEW PRICING POLICY


EUROFIDAI Financial Data for Academic Research: NEW PRICING POLICY

The European Financial Data Institute (EUROFIDAI) offers access to historical Daily and High Frequency financial data on European listed firms for academic research.

The European Daily Financial Database, sponsored by the CNRS and the ESSEC Business School, offers a wide range of financial market data on stocks, mutual funds, exchange rates, EUROFIDAI and traditional indices, and corporate events for 37 European countries (traditional stock exchanges and electronic markets). Today, the EUROFIDAI stock database covers over 86 000 stocks listed on 251 European stock exchanges. The Daily database provides verified and homogeneous historical data and is only available for academic research and teaching purposes. Historical data on Asia-Pacific and the Middle-East markets should be available early 2022.

Since January 2021, the European Daily Financial Database has adopted a new pricing policy with a significant reduction in subscription fees for individual academics and institutions. Please contact us at for more information on the new fees or a trial account.

The European High Frequency Financial Database "BEDOFIH" contains intraday data (orders or order book modifications and trades) for the main European markets. The database is available exclusively to academic researchers and includes all tradable instruments (stocks, exchange-traded funds / notes / commodities / products, bonds, structured products, options and futures) on:

- AMF Euronext Paris (2009 - 2017)
- London Stock Exchange (2011 - Today)
- Deutsche Boerse Xetra (2010 - 2019)
- Bats (2011 - Today) and Chi-X (2012 - Today)
- EUREX (2012/07-2012/12 and 2016)

Institutions who have worked with EUROFIDAI High Frequency and Daily databases:

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; Augsburg University; Centrale-Supélec; Copenhagen Business School; Ecole Centrale de Lyon (CLES); Ecole d'Economie Aix-Marseille (AMSE); European Central Bank; European Commission (Joint Research Center); Goethe University (SAFE); HEC Montréal; HEC Paris; Hong-Kong University; London School of Economics; Mannheim University (SAFE); Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Mc Gill University; PjSE Ecole d'Economie de Paris; Pôle Universitaire Leonard de Vinci (DVRC); Princeton University (Bendheim Center for Finance); Saint Louis University; TSM Research UT1 Capitole; UMASS Amherst (Isenberg School of Management); Université Catholique de Louvain (LFIN); Universite de Bordeaux (GRETHA); Université de Caen Normandie (CREM); Université de Nanterre (EconomiX); Université de Nantes (LEMNA); Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis (GREDEG); Université de Strasbourg (LARGE); Université d'Orléans (LEO); Université Paris 1 (PRISM); Université Paris 13 (CEPN); Université Paris-Dauphine (DRM); Université Paris-Saclay; University of Bristol; University of Texas at Arlington; University of Trento; University of Warwick; University of Zurich

FURTHER INFORMATION: Consult EUROFIDAI's website for a list of publications and working papers that used our data:
For further information, visit EUROFIDAI's website ( or contact us at to ask for our documentation, a trial account or a sample of data.